Wednesday, December 30, 2009

CDS Sneak Peek - Monster Mash X 2

Well lucky ladies, have I got 2 cute sets to show you in this post! I must warn you that there are lots of pictures with one set to show you called Monster Mash and then a little single stamp as you scroll down called Dragon Monster that has been designed to coordinate with the Monster Mash set! Both of these cards are 4 1/4" square and use intense colours because I plan on giving them to some little boys.

I love the colours and bold patterns in this particular card. It uses the primary colours as the main focus with other colours thrown in for good measure ;) This little monster was asking me for a googly I and lucky for him that I had one in my stash :)

The sentiment is another reason why this little guy needed a googly eye! lol I have to admit that I am incredibly in love with this super fun set by Laurie Wilson! She always has the sweetest looking characters!

Don't forget to keep scrolling down the page for the next card in this post!

Card Recipe:

Stamps: Clear Dollar Stamps - Monster Mash
Paper: Gina K, Watercolour, Red, Cosmo Cricket DP, Scenic Route DP
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Red, Olive, Baja, Sky, Navy, Mustard
Accessories: Sewing Machine, Cuttlebug, Nestabilities, Embossing Folders, Sponges, Pop Dots, Aqua Painter, Clear Embossing Powder, Cirlce Punch, Button, Linen Thread, Googly Eye, White Gel Pen, Corner Rounder, Tombow Markers and Aqua Painter

See, I told ya there was going to be another delightful card to show you! I'm glad that you all believed me :) This card uses the Monster Mash set for the sentiment and then the little single Dragon Monster stamp for the main image.

I really don't know what I was thinking when I decided to cut out this little, he's hard to cut around! It must have been really late at night when my sanity went to bed before the rest of my body! I'm pretty sure that the first time of cutting him out I ended up lopping off the end of his tail by accident....that should have been my first clue *shakes head*.

All and all I think that this card turned out pretty darn cute and I can't wait to see the look on a little boy's face when he opens it up - how could he not smile? ;)

Be sure to pop around the the rest of the girls blogs to see what they have created with their fabulous sets, and thanks for coming back to see these little monsters :)

Card Recipe:

Stamps: Clear Dollar Stamps - Dragon Monster, Monster Mash
Paper: Gina K, Watercolour, Mustard, Cosmo Cricket DP, Basic Grey DP, 7 Gypsies DP
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Mustard, Red, Navy
Accessories: Sewing Machine, Cuttlebug, Nestabilities, Embossing Folders, Sponges, Pop Dots, Aqua Painter, Clear Embossing Powder, Dew Drops, Ribbon, White Gel Pen, Tombow Markers and Aqua Painter

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Cassie said...

Haha, those are great, Kim. They make me giggle ;D

The Stamper's Touch said...

Super cute cards Kim!!! Totaly adore that big goggly eye!!!!


Shelly Schmidt said...

I love both of your cards- and I love the outstanding color you achieve on your cards! I love release time at CDS- to see the gret cards!

Shannon Erskine aka e3stamper said...

Totally cute Kim!!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

These are totally cute!

Dawn Easton said...

ACK! These are totally adorable! Love the googlie eye! haha! Cute!

Happy New Year to you and your family!

Maggie said...

These cards are awesome! Your cards are always awesome. Can you make a bad card? Doubtful.....*wink*

Beautiful Greetings said...

These are both adorable Kim! Love the bright colors and those monsters are just too cute!

Basement Stamper said...

super cute cards, we always say "I've got my eye on you" to my little girl, so this is perfect!

Tricia said...

Bwahahahaha!! They are precious!!!!! I love, love, love the googly eye one!!

Laurie tx stamper said...

You totally out-do yourself each month! I love these monster cards! The wiggly eye on the one just makes me chuckle!

Lori McCroskey said...

How do you make monsters look do you do that??????

Anonymous said...

Beautiful cards! I am one of Amy Sheffers friends and am enjoying meeting all the crafters today.